ACLED 2020: The Year in Review

ACLED’s 2020 annual report reviews the past year of data on political violence and demonstration activity around the world. Access the full report as well as an executive summary of key findings below. Download Report Executive Summary One year since the official start of the pandemic in March 2020, COVID-19 has killed more than two million…

Aden Security

Little-Known Military Brigades and Armed Groups in Yemen: A Series This series maps the activity of little-known military brigades and armed groups proliferating throughout the conflict in Yemen. Mapping these actors has become relevant for understanding future trajectories of violence in Yemen as some of them have developed significant combat capabilities with shifting allegiances. While…

Introducing ACLED-Religion: A New Pilot Project Tracking Religious Repression and Disorder

Download a PDF We are pleased to announce the launch of ACLED-Religion, our new pilot project collecting real-time data on religious repression and disorder across seven countries in the Middle East and North Africa. Religion can be used to legitimize political institutions, mobilize social movements, and drive support for armed conflicts. This is true across…

Cabo Ligado Weekly: 15-21 February 2021

Download Report By the Numbers: Cabo Delgado, October 2017-February 2021 Total number of organized violence events: 807 Total number of reported fatalities from organized violence: 2,614 Total number of reported fatalities from civilian targeting: 1,312 All ACLED data are available for download via the data export tool, and a…